Written from a global and critical perspective with a diverse range of cases and examples throughout, this is an inspiring read for developing leaders operating within global and multicultural work settings.
‘Power’ is taken as central theme for this book, opening up discussion about issues that are often neglected in leadership texts i.e. fairness, equity, justice, resistance, conflict, emancipation, oppression, rationality, politics, globalization, the natural environment, and knowledge.
New to this edition:
- Two new chapters - Dr Suze Wilson on the “History of leadership thought” and David Knights on “Embodied leadership, ethics and its affects.”
- A new “summary case” feature - integrative case studies with accompanying discussion questions, topics include the #MeToo movement, New Zealand Prime minister Jacinda Ardern, and Suma Foods.
- All chapters revised to incorporate new research published since 2014
The book is complemented by a range of online resources including PowerPoint slides, videos of the book’s authors providing an overview of the chapter and discussing why the topic is important, access to journal articles discussed in the book, and links to additional relevant material.
- PowerPoint slides
- Videos of the book’s authors providing an overview of the chapter and discussing why the topic is important.
- Links to SAGE journal articles
- Links to additional resources